Nominal Fee for Prospective Client
It is highly recommended that you invest in an initial consultation if you have immigration issues which may require legal help. The initial consultation gives us an opportunity to review your situation with attention to determine the available course of action and to provide you with an honest assessment of the likelihood of success of your case before you retain Reggie Smith Law firm.
Each case is unique and a careful evaluation of your immigration matter by an immigration lawyer is essential. We will request certain documents and information to be compiled and brought at the time of our meeting, such passport any other document that may be pertinent to your case.
A first-time immigration consultation of up to one hour with the attorney Reggie Smith is $150.00. In some instances, the initial consultation fee will be credited toward your legal fee if Reggie Smith Law is retained within 30 days of the consultation. Initial consultation fees are different for individuals who are currently detained.
No attorney-client relationship is formed by virtue of an initial consultation. Such a relationship is formed only upon your retaining this firm to handle a particular matter after signing a Letter of Engagement.
At the end of the consultation, you will have a clear understanding of the steps that will be taken to ensure a successful resolution of your case.
Reggie Smith Law accepts legal fee payments by personal check, money order or major credit card (via Paypal). For telephone consultations, payment may be made by credit card at the time of scheduling or, if paying by check or money order, received by Reggie Smith at the time of the consultation.
If you would like to arrange an initial consultation with the immigration attorney, Regilucia “Reggie” Smith, either in person or by phone, please call or text message 305-393-0834, email Immigration@ReggieSmithLaw.com or fill out the form under "contact us" page.
IMPORTANT: Please click on the link below to create an online account with Reggie Smith Law. Please create your prospective client profile and answer most of the questions (in your language) as to be best of your knowledge.
Reggie Smith Law currently charges for most cases in each provided category below. Attorney's fees charges may be significantly different if additional issues, complications and or complexity exist in a case. The attorney Reggie Smith expressly reserves the right to charge a different amount in a specific case and expressly reserves the right to change the attorney's fees for most cases, without notice or consent.
If any differences exist between the attorney’s fees listed on this website and the attorney’s fees stated in the retainer agreement signed by the attorney and the client, the retainer agreement will control. The listed amounts are attorney’s fees only. Legal Fees do not include costs or expenses such as filings fees, translations, attorney traveling expenses to attend hearings or interviews, or visiting at detention or any other locations outside of attorney’s office. The fee also does not include services needed to respond to Request for Additional Evidence.
All cases are handled on a non-refundable "flat-fee" basis, with half (50%) of the fee due upon signing the Agreement and the balance due no later than the date of filing. Note that these fees are our BASE fees for non-complex Immigration Cases and that we reserve the right to charge additional fees depending upon the level of complexity and legal issues that may be involved. IMPORTANT: Filing fees, translation, postage expenses, copying, etc., are the responsibility of the client.
Preparation of I-130 Petition for Alien Relative; Preparation of Spouse's simultaneous I-485 Adjustment to Permanent Residency Status; Preparation of Affidavit(s) of Support; Preparation of Employment Authorization document; Preparation of Travel Authorization; Submission of Package to USCIS; Preparation for Final Green Card Interview. Assistance in the preparation and attainment of supporting letters, assembly of all forms and documents for submission to USCIS, all necessary follow-up.
Preparation of I-751 Joint Application to Remove Conditional Aspects of Permanent Residency; Assembly of all required information and documents and submission to USCIS as appropriate.
Preparation of I-130 Petition for Alien Relative or I-129, Petition for Fiancee. Preparation of Affidavit(s) of Support; Assembly of all required information and documents, and submission to USCIS and Consular Office as appropriate; all necessary follow-up. (excluding attendance at any interviews or appeals of denials).
with I-130 already approved. Preparation of I-485 Adjustment to Permanent Residency Status; Preparation of Affidavit(s) of Support; Preparation of Employment Authorization document; Assembly of all required information and documents and submission to USCIS as appropriate.
Preparation of N-400 forms, assembly of supporting materials, assistance with preparation for citizenship exam and interview, submission of materials to USCIS as appropriate, all necessary follow-up (excluding attendance at any interviews or appeals of denials).
Response to RFE when original application was not filed by us –Varies on the type of case and issues involved.
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